First Princess 35M hull sold
Published: Wednesday, 14 August 2013
The first hull of the new 35-metre superyacht range designed by Princess Yachts International has just been ordered and is currently in development for a scheduled 2015 launch. The client is a current Princess owner who has decided to up-size.
The new design is the result of collaboration between Princess’ own in-house designers and naval architects Bernard Olesinski Limited who worked on the layout, hull form and exterior styling. Princess' designers styled the interior of the yacht.
The raised pilot house 35M complemets the M Class well, between the 32M and the 40M flagship. She offers a good 25 percent more internal volume than the 32M and so can accommodate more passengers. Her gross tonnage will be around 245 tonnes when complete. The 35M will be built to RINA and LY3 classifications and will come with a 5.65-metre tender.
Multiple layout options are available for this vessel thanks in part to it voluminous interiors. The owner’s stateroom is full beam with a private office/library area, two large walk-in wardrobes and an en-suite. There are hydraulically folding-out balconies on either side of the salon accessible through sliding doors. The transom area features a dedicated beach club behind the aft cockpit. The flybridge area is also very customisable with several sun bed and seating arrangement options. A large bar and a spa tub can also be fitted.